Monthly Archive: March, 2013

Losing Ground exhibition

Laura, our Stories, Film and Photography intern, talks us through her latest challenge – working on an exhibition to showcase Oxfam’s land-themed work in Cambodia. It’s on in London this Easter weekend. Catch… Continue reading

An evening with Juergen Teller

Amy Christian (Inhouse story-gatherer) has been busy. She’s visited acclaimed photographer Juergen Teller’s latest exhibition in London. And she’s also been part of a Guardian Masterclass run by the great man himself. Here,… Continue reading

Keep it sweeter

A while ago, back in those hazy, halcyon days when we’d just started writing our beloved blog, we told you about a little postcard we’d made called Keep it sweet – 10 steps… Continue reading

Yes to No

Last night I (Claire) went to see No, a film directed by Pablo Larrain, about the advertising campaign used to prevent General Pinochet from remaining in power. It really made me think about the… Continue reading

Boxing clever

Back in November, the Campaigns team asked us to help create a stunt to support the IF campaign. They wanted to do something that would grab George Osborne’s attention and put pressure on… Continue reading

Back to the future

We were lucky enough to get a visit from Argentinian photographer Irina Werning this week. Annemarie rounds up the team’s thoughts below. Remember those old family snaps that raise a smile – despite… Continue reading

From Billy Fury to Bolivia

Intern Bekki Frost blogs about the amazing work she’s been doing digitising Oxfam’s photo archive – and the hidden gems she’s unearthed in the process. I came to Oxfam in January with the… Continue reading

Fire in the blood

A hot tip from one of our filmmakers, Ryan: I heard about Fire in the Blood on Radio4’s Today programme. It’s a film about how the global pharmaceutical industries blocked cheap AIDS drugs being sold… Continue reading